HANCOCK COUNTY, Ind. (WTHR) – The Indianapolis man killed in a four-vehicle crash close to Mount Consolation Friday was in coaching to turn out to be an IFD firefighter.
It occurred close to Indianapolis Regional Airport on County Street 600 West at Airport Boulevard.
Sheriff’s investigators stated a southbound pickup truck crossed the middle line round 6:23 p.m. and collided with a pickup truck within the northbound lane.
SUVs touring behind every of the vans additionally grew to become concerned after the primary collision. The motive force of one of many SUVs, David R. Brief II, Indianapolis, was taken to a hospital and died a short while after the crash.
A passenger in Brief’s car was taken to Methodist Hospital in critical situation. The juvenile driver of one of many pickup vans was additionally taken to Methodist in critical situation. There have been no different accidents.
Police stated medicine and alcohol don’t look like an element within the crash.
An IFD spokesperson stated Brief, 26, was a graduate of Scecina Excessive Faculty and beforehand labored at Jockamo’s Pizza earlier than becoming a member of IFD’s 84th Recruit Class. He’s survived by mother and father, a sister, a brother and two half-siblings.
An Indianapolis Hearth Division spokesperson offered this assertion late Friday:
“David left us too quickly however he left having achieved the one milestone he wished greater than the rest on this planet and that was to be an IFD Firefighter. (His) vitality and smile will likely be missed.”